For years, there has been fierce debate over water levels at a popular lake. Senator James Inhofe, who has a vacation home there, took the matter to Washington (New York Times).
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CSU atmospheric science professor Scott Denning discusses that of the many reasons to be appalled by this year’s Amazon fires, depleting Earth’s oxygen supply is not one of them (The Conversation).
At Colorado State University a team of researchers has created a number of small, lightweight robots that are capable of reconfiguring themselves in response to different user requirements (IMechE).
Officials with the National Weather Service and the Colorado State University Climate Center measured a hail stone that was about the size of a softball (US News and World Report).
Mobile plume tracking, led by Colorado State University air pollution experts, is a key technology in Broomfield’s ongoing Air Quality Testing Program.
Meteorologists are better at their jobs than you might think. CSU Associate Professor and Colorado State Climatologist Russ Schumacher explains how heaps of data are turned into a forecast relevant to you.
TEMPEST-D, a satellite developed by researchers at Colorado State University, can peer inside a hurricane, giving researchers the possibility of a cheaper – and more frequent – way of watching how a storm develops.
CSU University Distinguished Professor Carmen Menoni will present a webinar on August 21, featuring new challenges facing high performance optical interference coatings.
The CSU Tropical Meteorology Project team is predicting a total of 12 additional named storms to form after Aug. 1.
CSU professor Robert Ettema will join an independent investigation into last March’s breach of the Spencer Dam in Nebraska.